Convercycle Bike: Seamlessly Blend City & Cargo Biking for Unmatched Versatility

Transformative Urban Transportation Solution

There's a certain beauty in simplicity, and yet a paradoxical allure to complexity. But what happens when you blend the two? You get the Convercycle Bike, a seamless integration of the ordinary with the extraordinary.

In its base form, this bicycle remains as faithful as any to the blueprint of its humble urban brethren. Sleek, nimble, with an uncanny ability to weave through the city's chaos. Those 28-inch wheels aren't just for show, they're a testament to versatility, making even the trickiest potholes feel like mere speed bumps. This isn't just a ride, it's a dance, one that doesn't stop when the music gets a bit grungy.

Now, imagine a sudden desire to pick up a crate of wine, a saxophone, or even your furry friend. The Convercycle transforms in an instant. It's a transformer in the realm of urban transportation – a cargo bike with a twist. A flick of the wrist, a pull, a push – the magic unfolds.

The rear wheel stretches back, creating a spacious loading area that is capable of carrying up to 180kg. Suddenly, this seemingly ordinary city bike morphs into a cargo bike, ready to haul your chosen loot. Picture an industrial beast with the agility of a ballet dancer. It's a spectacle that truly brings joy to mundane errands.

Got an extra little person tagging along? Mount a standard child seat to the post behind the saddle, and voila, you've got a makeshift school bus. Need to catch the train or squeeze into an elevator? The Convercycle Bike folds back to its compact state with the same simple ease.

But let's say you're not one to rely solely on muscle power. Well, the “Electric” model has got you covered. The same magic, the same elegance, but with an added dash of electric assist. Now you can cruise along without breaking a sweat, even when you're loaded up with groceries, or, for the adventurous among us, some expedition gear.

You see, the Convercycle isn't just about getting from point A to point B. It's about taking the scenic route. It's about stopping for the roses, and then taking them home with you. It's about the freedom of not having to plan ahead, of going with the flow. It's about embracing spontaneity.

This bike is all about striking a balance. A balance between style and function, between performance and convenience, between effort and leisure. It makes no compromises and asks none from you either. It's a testament to ingenuity and a silent revolution in urban transportation.

Whether you're a busy urbanite, a weekend warrior, or just someone who appreciates clever design, the Convercycle Bike is a ride worth considering. It's more than just a bike. It's a lifestyle.


  1. Versatility: The Convercycle Bike seamlessly transforms from a city bike to a cargo bike. It’s perfect for quick errands or a weekend haul, satisfying the needs of an everyday commuter or a spontaneous adventurer.
  2. Loading Capacity: It can handle up to 180kg of load, making it ideal for carrying groceries, sports equipment, or even pets. The loading area adheres to the Euronorm dimensions of 40cm x 60cm, accommodating a wide range of items.
  3. Compact and Maneuverable: In the city mode, the bike is compact, easy to maneuver, and park. It can easily climb steps into a bike cellar or fit into an elevator, adding convenience for urban dwellers.
  4. Electric Option: The “Electric” variant, with its assist motor, provides an additional boost for those preferring an easier ride. It essentially provides all-wheel drive – muscle power at the rear, engine power at the front.
  5. Family-Friendly: The bike is capable of mounting a standard child seat, making it a great option for families.


  1. Price: With the standard model priced at €2,899.00 and the electric version at €4,299.00, the Convercycle Bike can be considered a significant investment. It might be out of reach for those on a tighter budget.
  2. Weight: While the exact weight of the bike is not provided, the sturdy construction required for its dual functionality might make it heavier than average city bikes. This could potentially make it harder to handle when not in use.
  3. Complexity: The folding and unfolding mechanism, although innovative, might require some getting used to. It may be a bit complicated for those who prefer simpler designs.
  4. Limited Electric Range: Depending on battery size and usage, the electric-assist version of the Convercycle may have limited range compared to traditional electric bikes. This could be a drawback for long distance commuting.
  5. Maintenance: As with all bikes, regular maintenance is required. However, with the added complexity of the folding mechanism and, in the electric version, the motor, upkeep could potentially be more involved and expensive.

€2,899 (non-electric)
€4,299 (electric)

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